Edited by Ricardo Corona
This poetry anthology features 42 Brazilian poets. The unbound book features a poem per page with an illustration by visual artist Eliana Borges on its back. The poems and images relate to the poet’s memories of his/her city, creating a poetic topography of Curitiba.
Poets featured in the anthology Fantasma Civil: Adalberto Müller, Ademir Demarchi, Afonso José Afonso, Alexandre França, Alice Ruiz, Amarildo Anzolin, Andréia Carvalho, Anísio Homem, Bárbara Lia, Bianca Lafroy, Bruno Costa, Camila Vardarac, Carlos Careqa, Cristiane Bouger, Édson De Vulcanis, Emerson Pereti, Estrela Ruiz Leminski, Fernando José Karl, Greta Benitez, Hamilton Faria, Helena Kolody, Homero Gomes, Ivan Justen Santana, Josely Vianna Baptista, Leonarda Glück, Lindsey R. Lagni, Luci Collin, Marcelo De Angelis, Marcelo Sandmann, Marcos Prado, Marília Kubota, Mario Domingues, Paulo Leminski, Priscila Merizzio, Ricardo Pedrosa Alves, Roberto Prado, Roosevelt Rocha, Sabrina Lopes, Sérgio Viralobos, Vanessa C. Rodrigues, Wilson Bueno, and Zeca Corrêa Leite.
During the 20th Curitiba International Biennial the anthology was read by performers in the public transportation system (commute buses) and on a boat crossing a lake at Passeio Público Park, in Curitiba). The publication is available at Tubotecas (Bus Stop Libraries in the city).
Edited by Ricardo Corona, Eliana Borges, and Joana Corona
The fourth issue of Bólide magazine presents a selection of works that deal with the sentient–not understood here as romantic subjection, but the sentient in the political community.
Collaborating writers in this issue: Simara Ramos, Thalita Sejanes, Maíra Dietrich, Cristiane Bouger, Juan L. Ortiz, Ricardo Corona, Alex Hamburgerr, Aline Dias, Karen Debértoliss, Paulo Reis, Cristiano Moreira, Carlos Augusto Lima, Leonarda Glück, Júlia Hansen, Davi Pessoa Carneiro, Claudio Parmiggiani, Eduardo Jorge, Nina Rizzii and Mar Becker.
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